The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, also referred to as New VCA Stadium, is a cricket field in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. In terms of the field area, it is India’s largest cricket stadium. The stadium, which is situated at Jamtha on the southern outskirts of Nagpur, was officially opened in 2008 and took the place of the previous Vidarbha Cricket Ground as the city’s primary stadium. The International Cricket Council has praised the stadium’s features.
The first of a four-match Test series between India and Australia will be played in Nagpur, which hasn’t hosted a Test match in more than five years. In less than 24 hours, the city will play host to what will undoubtedly be the first notable Test match of 2023. Read More: Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium pitch report and Test Stats
India has a brilliant record at this stadium having lost only 1 test out of the 6 Tests on this ground.
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium Boundary Length and Seating Capacity
One of the largest grounds in the world (in terms of playing area), it has 85-yard square and 80-yard straight boundaries. There are 45,000 seats available at this cricket stadium.
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